State v. Carter, 216 N.C. App. 453 (Nov. 1, 2011)

rev’d on other grounds, 366 N.C. 496 (Apr. 12, 2013)

In a child sexual offense case, the trial court did not err by excluding defense evidence consisting of testimony by a social worker that during therapy sessions the victim was “overly dramatic,” “manipulative,” and exhibited “attention seeking behavior.” The testimony did not relate to an expert opinion which the witness was qualified to deliver and was inadmissible commentary on the victim’s credibility.